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MARCUS ADAMS

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Sam Edmund on Marcus Adams' concussion issues (29.8.22)

SEN Breakfast

SEN Chief Sports reporter Sam Edmund joined Garry and Bucks in the studio to talk through Marcus Adams' concussion issues that will see him miss the rest of the 2022 season.

2mins

28 Aug 2022

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Post Pandemic Reset with Marcus Adams

Fresh Coast Jazz Backstage

In this episode, your host Carl Brown welcomes Marcus Adams, a saxophonist, and a vocalist. His latest project Reset is reflective of what everybody is going through right now. His career was started and rooted in the church. Gospel music was his first love. He describes himself as a Soul/Jazz artist. Marcus is a school teacher and also a mental health advocate. In this episode, he describes his music, talks about the process for creating music, collaboration with other musicians, and his top musical influences. In the 'Bout it or Doubt it segment, he gives his opinion about All Night After Parties and Rollercoasters, from the Fun and Leisure category. In the last segment of the show, you can hear about the artists he would like to work with, three people he would like to invite to a dinner party, what are his plans for the rest of 2021 and 2022, and more. You can listen to Simple, Long Way from Home, and Sounds of Art from his album Reset.  Episode Highlights02:44 – I released two projects; I have two pandemic CDs. The first one is Love Letters, released last year, 2020, July 4th. And then, after that, coming out of the pandemic, Reset. 13:27 –– The process for writing in the industry nowadays with the advent of the loop - that is the industry standard - now the loop dictates the song. But with Reset, I let the voice dictate the song. 26:58 – When I hear music, I see colors. Each song has a mood, has a color. When I’m playing, that’s what I’m trying to produce. I was choosing a certain sound to produce a certain vibe and a mood in a moment. 32:00 – I believe that in the African American community, mental health is one of the most understated things that we deal with. There is no health more important than mental health. 55:26 – I’m starting a couple of business ventures. One of them is, I’m trying to create a space in the City of Milwaukee for artists like myself. Nothing big, just something that is intimate and something that allows us to evolve and speak that soul-jazz.  ContactFresh Coast Jazz FestivalMarcus Adams

58mins

9 May 2022

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The Roar Deal 170: Craig Starcevich & Marcus Adams

The Roar Deal

Marcus Adams and Craig Starcevich joined this weeks Roar Deal to chat about a big weekend of footy coming up at The Gabba and in Victoria!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

50mins

23 Mar 2022

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A Tribute to Marcus Adams

Riding the Phoenix

A 25 year old man was murdered in San Antonio TX but his death was declared a suicide. We have a special guest (Sincere Adam’s, Marcus’ uncle) who is on the pod cast to help shed light regarding this case.Support their cause by purchasing the album here: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/sinceredadreamer/no-closure-a-marcus-jamon-adams-story-of-justice-after-murderSincere Adam’s contact information:Email: sincereadams832@gmail.comFacebook: YaaqovAdamsYouTube: Sincere_Da_DreamerPodcast streams: TBDEmail: podcast@ridingthephoenix.net#marcusadams#tributetomatcusadams#coverup#nosuicide#murdermystery#bethanymartin#stoledeadmanchain#ridingthephoenix#empressnairobee#nairobees#sinceredadreamer#sincereadams--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 18mins

20 Oct 2021

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Post Pandemic Reset with Marcus Adams

Fresh Coast Jazz Backstage

In this episode, your host Carl Brown welcomes Mr. Marcus Adams, a saxophonist, and a vocalist. His latest project Reset is reflective of what everybody is going through right now. His career was started and rooted in the church. Gospel music was his first love. He describes himself as a Soul/Jazz artist. Mr. Adams is a school teacher and also a mental health advocate. In this episode, he describes his music, talks about the process for creating music, collaboration with other musicians, and his top musical influences. In the 'Bout it or Doubt it segment, he gives his opinion about All Night After Parties and Rollercoasters, from the Fun and Leisure category. In the last segment of the show, you can hear about the artists he would like to work with, three people he would like to invite to a dinner party, what are his plans for the rest of 2021 and 2022, and more. You can listen to Simple, Long Way from Home, and Sounds of Art from his album Reset.  Episode Highlights02:44 – I released two projects; I have two pandemic CDs. The first one is Love Letters, released last year, 2020, July 4th. And then, after that, coming out of the pandemic, Reset. 13:27 –– The process for writing in the industry nowadays with the advent of the loop - that is the industry standard - now the loop dictates the song. But with Reset, I let the voice dictate the song. 26:58 – When I hear music, I see colors. Each song has a mood, has a color. When I’m playing, that’s what I’m trying to produce. I was choosing a certain sound to produce a certain vibe and a mood in a moment. 32:00 – I believe that in the African American community, mental health is one of the most understated things that we deal with. There is no health more important than mental health. 55:26 – I’m starting a couple of business ventures. One of them is, I’m trying to create a space in the City of Milwaukee for artists like myself. Nothing big, just something that is intimate and something that allows us to evolve and speak that soul-jazz.  ContactFresh Coast Jazz FestivalMarcus Adams

58mins

6 Sep 2021

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Brisbane Lions defender Marcus Adams on Dwayne's World - Thursday 26th August

SEN Afternoons

Marcus Adams speaks to Dwayne ahead of the Lions clash with Melbourne.

10mins

26 Aug 2021

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Interview with triple murderer Marcus Adams

Unforbidden Truth

On this week's episode Andrew speaks with condemned San Quentin triple murderer, Marcus Adams. Marcus Adams is a known gang member, convicted of a triple shooting, stemming from a 1994 incident. Adams was sentenced to death and remains on San Quentin's death row awaiting execution.Andrew speaks to Marcus about his life growing up, how he became accustomed to the gang lifestyle, the crimes that landed him in prison, and his life on death row.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unforbiddentruth/support

29mins

10 Nov 2020

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Cloud Jazz Nº 1864 (Marcus Adams) - Episodio exclusivo para mecenas

Cloud Jazz Smooth Jazz

Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! En esta edición estrenamos 'Love Letters', el disco que acaba de publicar el saxofonista y cantante Marcus Adams. También repasamos novedades de artistas como Paul Hardcastle, Al DeGregoris, Chris 'Big Dog' Davis, Brian McKnight, T-Square y Marcus Anderson. En los minutos del recuerdo realizamos un pequeño repaso de la discografía de la banda coreana Winterplay. Escucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de Cloud Jazz Smooth Jazz. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/27170

57mins

7 Aug 2020

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Cloud Jazz Nº 1864 (Marcus Adams)

uraniasat’s blog

En esta edición estrenamos 'Love Letters', el disco que acaba de publicar el saxofonista y cantante Marcus Adams. También repasamos novedades de artistas como Paul Hardcastle, Al DeGregoris, Chris 'Big Dog' Davis, Brian McKnight, T-Square y Marcus Anderson. En los minutos del recuerdo realizamos un pequeño repaso de la discografía de la banda coreana Winterplay.

57mins

7 Aug 2020

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SAXOPHONIST MARCUS ADAMS

Talking Smooth Jazz

A thrilling performer and one on the rise, vocalist and multi-instrumental soul/jazz artist Marcus Adams is a sign that the new crop of smooth jazz artists can certainly carry the torch. Working on his sophomore studio album, he combines R&B, Soul, and Jazz to create songs that takes the listeners on a musical ride of the highs of love and depths of pain in life.  His friendship with Grammy-nominated producer Demonte Posey led to the release of his heralded freshman release entitled ‘Suddenly’. The project propelled Adams into the national spotlight. The jump from a beloved local act in Milwaukee, WI to a favorite performer in jazz venues across the nation proved to be the right path for Adams to establish his unique sound and brand. Following the release, Adams toured the nation and created an avid and loyal following.The online release of his new cd 'Love Letters', features Selina Albright, Marqueal Jordan, Ragan Whiteside, Merlon Devine, and Smooth Jazz SUPER PRODUCER Lew Laing!! Follow Marcus Adams on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

53mins

5 Jul 2020

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